Dissecting Marriage Fraud as a True Immigration Crime
AbstractMarriage fraud is considered a true immigration crime in that not only does it carry penalties related to an immigrant’s status, but also severe penal consequences under federal law. This paper seeks to explore how a case of marriage fraud is discovered, investigated and prosecuted by immigration officials, and, ultimately, by the judicial system. The paper focuses on recent immigration law developments and lays out a blueprint of a marriage fraud case under the 1986 Marriage Fraud Amendments to the Immigration and Naturalization Act. View Full-Text
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Asllani, G.S. Dissecting Marriage Fraud as a True Immigration Crime. Laws 2016, 5, 8.
Asllani GS. Dissecting Marriage Fraud as a True Immigration Crime. Laws. 2016; 5(1):8.Chicago/Turabian Style
Asllani, George S. 2016. "Dissecting Marriage Fraud as a True Immigration Crime." Laws 5, no. 1: 8.
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